Guyana tells the world it has practical solutions to the climate crisis (video)

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Guyana spent the second day of this year’s global climate talks, COP28, talking about its forests and its plan to keep saving those forests. The country’s President Dr. Irfaan Ali spent all day talking about the country’s Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) and how he believes it should be a blueprint for the world, or at least the forested countries of the world.

For him, and Vice President Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo, people haven’t been paying enough attention to what Guyana has been doing.

READ MORE: Guyana says it’s bringing ‘practical solutions’ not ‘abstract theories’ to help save planet


This story was made possible through Climate Tracker’s COP28 Climate Justice Reporting Fellowship

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Vishani Ragobeer

Vishani Ragobeer

Vishani is a 22-year-old Guyanese journalist, with a special interest in science journalism. She is a Climate Tracker alum fellow, having reported on the COP26 climate negotiations. Vishani loves travelling, meeting new places and getting on top of high places.

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